OPEC agreed on Wednesday modest oil output cuts in the first such deal since 2008, with the group's leader Saudi Arabia softening its stance on arch-rival Iran amid mounting pressure from low oil prices.
Volkswagen expects sales of its VW-branded cars to rise this year, brand chief Herbert Diess said on Thursday at the Paris car show.
Goldman Sachs said the deal reached by OPEC crude producers on Wednesday to curb output should add $7 to $10 to oil prices in the first half of next year.
It was a moment U.S. shale oil producers have been waiting on for more than two years: OPEC nations finally agreed to cut production on Wednesday in a move that lifted low prices ravaging their budgets.
If you want to order a new iPhone 7 online, you'll have to wait a bit for it to ship.
It's not about what goes wrong -- it's about how you bounce back from it.
Samsung Electronics Co Ltd said on Thursday it expects to have recovered more than 80 percent of recalled Galaxy Note 7 smartphones sold in South Korea by Oct. 1, when the firm plans to resume sales of the device in its home market.
Subscription and services sales are up, but revenue in this division is slumping.
Oil futures extended gains on Thursday after rising nearly 6 percent the day before on a surprise move by OPEC to curb crude output.
Starbucks stock might be selling for a discount after market concerns have pushed the stock lower. Here are three reasons why its long term prospects still look strong.
The beverage and snack giant has split its stock just four times in its trading history.
FBN's Lou Dobbs on the 2016 election and the Hillary Clinton email scandal.
Where is the company placing its big bets for future growth?
Japanese auto safety parts supplier Takata Corp said on Thursday it expected to book a special profit of about 10 billion yen ($99 million) in the July-September quarter from the sale of U.S. interiors unit Irvin Automotive Products Inc. Takata is selling the unit to Detroit automotive supplier Piston Group.
Ford's CEO says that performance vehicles are one of its "profit pillars." That means more fast Fords are coming -- and some might be electrified.
The global shipping industry, ravaged by collapsing revenues, defensive mergers and the failure of major player South Korea's Hanjin Shipping Co Ltd , is slowly waking up to the redeeming potential of technology.
A recent scandal sheds light on the difficulty of changing banks.
The California State Treasurer's Office said it replaced Wells Fargo & Co as the lead underwriter on two bond sales that had originally been for scheduled for Tuesday, a day before the state announced sweeping sanctions against the company.
Shares of the tech titan are enjoying a nice run on reports that iPhone 7 demand is robust. Two Fools discuss why those gains are ironic in the context of Apples efforts to shift focus away from iPhone sales.
Fox News Military Analyst Captain Chuck Nash on John Kerry's threat to cut off all talks with Russia over Syria bombings.
Congress overrode President Obama’s veto of the 9/11 bill on Wednesday and now families of 9/11 victims can sue the government of Saudi Arabia for any role they may have played in the terror attack.
Rep. Scott Garrett (R-NJ) on whether politics plays a role in how the Fed operates.
California State Treasurer John Chiang on Wednesday announced a sweeping suspension of business relationships with Wells Fargo & Co as punishment for the company's defrauding of customers.
But less than $4.5 billion.
There are several good reasons to consider buying Twitter, but investors shouldn't speculate on acquisition rumors.
Maurice "Hank" Greenberg, the 91-year-old former chairman of former American International Group Inc, said at his fraud trial that he never would have considered doing a transaction that failed to pass muster with the insurer's lawyers and accountants.
Former Arizona Governor (R-AZ) Jan Brewer on The Arizona Republic newspaper endorsing Hillary Clinton and why some Republican leaders feel threatened by Donald Trump.
The company has gotten bigger, but it may not be big enough to compete.
Billionaire investor Carl Icahn cut his stake in rig provider Transocean Ltd by more than two-thirds "for tax planning purposes."
The former president of reinsurer Gerova Financial Group Ltd was convicted on Wednesday on charges that he participated a scheme orchestrated by a man once dubbed "Porn's New King" to defraud investors.
Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich on the 9/11 lawsuit bill.